Felix Lev,
Published in
Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters

AbstractFollowing the results of our publications, in the first part of this letter, we explain that quantum theory based on finite mathematics (FQT) is more general (fundamental) than standard quantum theory based on Poincaré invariance. Standard concept of particle-antiparticle is not universal because it arises as a result of symmetry breaking f...

Panov, Yu. D. Ulitko, V. A. Budrin, K. S. Yasinskaya, D. N. Chikov, A. A.
Published in
Physics of the Solid State

AbstractThe competition between the magnetic and charge orderings in a model cuprate is considered in terms of a simplified static 2D spin–pseudospin model. This model is equivalent to the 2D dilute antiferromagnetic (AFM) Ising model with charged impurities. The mean-field approximation results are presented for the system under study and briefly ...

Konev, V. V. Ulitko, V. A. Yasinskaya, D. N. Panov, Yu. D. Moskvin, A. S.
Published in
Physics of the Solid State

Abstract—It is demonstrated in the (pseudo)spin S = 1 formalism that the structure of antiphase domain boundaries in the phase of charge ordering of a mixed-valence system of the Cu1+, 2+, 3+ “triplet” type in cuprates on a two-dimensional square lattice depends to a considerable extent on on-site correlation parameter U. The results of computer mo...

Konev, V. V. Ulitko, V. A. Yasinskaya, D. N. Panov, Y. D. Moskvin, A. S.
Published in
Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics

AbstractIt is shown that the structure of antiphase domain boundaries in the antiferromagnetic (AFM) phase of a highly anisotropic magnet with S = 1 on a two-dimensional square lattice depends greatly on single-ion anisotropy parameter D. Computer modeling on large square lattices illustrates the changes in the boundary structure from the quantum p...

Moskvin, A. S.
Published in
Optics and Spectroscopy

I present a critical overview of so-called “ab initio” DFT (density fuctional theory) based calculation schemes for the description of the electronic structure, energy spectrum, and optical response for strongly correlated 3d oxides, in particular, crystal-field and charge transfer transitions as compared with an “old” cluster model that does gener...

Glushkov, A. V. Pravdin, M. I. Saburov, A. V.
Published in
Physics of Atomic Nuclei

Results obtained from an analysis of the energy spectrum of cosmic rays with energies in the region of E0 ≥ 1017 eV over the period of continuous observations from 1974 to 2017 are presented. A refined expression for estimating the primary-particle energy is used for individual events. This expression is derived from calculations aimed at determini...

Aristov, O. Yu.
Published in
Mathematical Notes

Abstract The relation \documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{wasysym} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{mathrsfs} \usepackage{upgreek} \setlength{\oddsidemargin}{-69pt} \begin{document}$$xy-yx=h(y)$$\end{document}, where \documentclass[12pt]{minimal} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{w...

Gasanov, S. A.
Published in
Astronomy Reports

AbstractTo solve some problems of celestial mechanics and astrophysics, three new models of an elliptical galaxy (EG) have been created, which are in good agreement with modern understanding of the structure of such galaxies. Based on these models, the total gravitational (potential) energy and rotational kinetic energy of an EG, as well as the vel...

Rafelski, Jan Petran, M.
Published in
Physics of Particles and Nuclei

We address the hadronization process of a QGP fireball formed in relativistic heavy-ion collisions in the entire range of past and present heavy ion collision reaction energies. A precise method of analysis of hadron multiplicities has evolved into the “SHARE with CHARM” statistical hadronization model. Using this tool we describe successfully—over...

Maltsev, A. Ya.
Published in
Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics

AbstractWe consider angular diagrams describing the dependence of the magnetic conductivity of metals on the direction of the magnetic field in rather strong fields. As it can be shown, all angular conductivity diagrams can be divided into a finite number of classes with different complexities. The greatest interest among such diagrams is represent...